“Even Lady Liberty Wore Sleeves” by Jayne Bonilla

July 4, 2015 at 7:06 pm Leave a comment

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Since 1776 until the present day, July 4th has been celebrated as the birth of American Independence. So this year, on July 4, 2015, we can sing Happy 239th Birthday (Birth of Independence) to our country. And how great we look at this ripe old age. While many will acknowledge that over these past 239 years our country has endured its share of wrinkles and creases, labor-intensive age spots, receding hair lines and graying temples, these are undoubtedly reflective of centuries of overcoming adversities that come with declaring independence.

Hail to “Everybody’s Gal” Lady Liberty! She remains a breathtaking, invigorating and ageless woman who has seen it all. The “Giant Goddess,” a woman who has weathered the most storms (including Hurricane Sandy,) The Lady of the Harbor, who has had the greatest view through her own eyes. Our “Mother of Freedom,” whose 12’ right arm (wearing sleeves, no doubt) has…

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